Our Team



Sheriff Mark Armentrout    Since he was initially elected to office in 2004, the citizens of Radford have re-elected Sheriff Armentrout for two additional terms.

Sheriff Armentrout developed the first operations manual, instituted several innovative programs including Good Morning Radford, TRIAD and Operation Lifesaver.


Major Schumaker    Major Rich Schumaker joined the sheriff’s office in 2010. He is a former academy director and Richmond police officer.

He is responsible for general administrative duties, supervision and training. He assists with civil process and court security when needed. He is also a general instructor, firearms instructor and a field training officer.


Lieutenant Hedge    Lieutenant Greg Hedge joined the sheriff’s office in 1993. He began his career in the Radford City Jail before the New River Valley Regional Jail was constructed.

He is responsible for supervising all of the deputies and agency authority on civil process. He is also a field training officer.


Deputy Phillips    Master Deputy Jason Phillips joined the sheriff’s office in 2004.

He is responsible for performing court security, serving civil process and transporting inmates. He is also a general instructor and a field training officer.


Deputy Owens    Deputy Dwayne Owens joined the sheriff’s office in 2006.

He is responsible for performing court security, serving civil process and transporting inmates. He is also a general instructor and a D.A.R.E. instructor.


Deputy Moore    Deputy Stanley Moore joined the sheriff’s office as a part-time deputy in 2006. He was promoted to fulltime status in 2008.

He is responsible for performing court security, serving civil process and transporting inmates. He also brings a wide array of skills to the job as a result of his previous service in the military and with the Virginia Department of Corrections.


Deputy Sasser    Deputy James Sasser joined the sheriff’s office as a part-time deputy in 2005. He is retired at the rank of Captain from the Radford Police Department.

He is primarily responsible for performing court security.


Ms. Williams    Ms. Shonna Williams joined the sheriff’s office in 2007. She was hired as the secretary but later assumed the duties of Accreditation Manager.

She is responsible for administrative duties, including Good Morning Radford, TRIAD and maintaining the files for the Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission accreditation.
 

 

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